Early in his career, Canadian musician and entertainer Rick Jones hosted the BBC children’s television programs Play School and Fingerbobs, the latter which attained cult status because of its pretty and clever paper fingerpuppets and catchy songs. On the present, which debuted on Valentine’s Time 1972, Jones performed Yoffi, the present’s narrator, whose name was extracted from Hebrew slang for “content/cheerful”; Michael Cole, who made the present along with his wife Joanne, found the term on a journey to Israel. As Yoffi, Jones sang lots of the present’s songs and in addition provided voices for most of its people, including its superstar, Fingermouse. Fingerbobs’ musical group also included musician Michael Jesset, who acquired previously done the long-running kids’s plan Jackanory. Though just 13 shows of Fingerbobs had been made, the present was rebroadcast often and was therefore well loved the fact that people — minus Yoffi — had been cut back in 1985’s Fingermouse. On the other hand, Jones had opted on to entrance the United kingdom country-rock band Food Solution, who released many albums through the latter area of the ‘70s. Jones relocated towards the U.S., composing and showing up in the sci-fi rock and roll musical Display Fearless vs. the Zorg Ladies in LA. Jones resolved in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA along with his wife and done Laughing Little girl, a musical predicated on his amount of time in Food Ticket (who performed a reunion present at a London pub in 2001). The display went for three weeks in ’09 2009 on the Indian Head Middle for the Arts in Maryland.